The firm Intellexa has taken surveillance to whole new levels. This has created a whole new levels of threats to privacy, that is not only handled by governments, but has even fallen into the hands of criminal organizations. The level of intrusiveness built into their mobile van platforms is literally astounding in both breadth and depth. If this is just a starting point of their capabilities and they ever become actively intrusive, we are looking at a very large and imminent dangers across a wide spectrum. When designing semis for the communications sector at all levels, security at all levels must be given even greater consideration than it is now, especially with 5G and IOT becoming integral to almost all parts of our daily lives. Any thoughts on solutions and counter measures to keep our networks safe and secure are solicited. Can we ever achieve the level of security needed or are we opening a Pandora's box?
A Multimillionaire Surveillance Dealer Steps Out Of The Shadows . . . And His $9 Million WhatsApp Hacking Van
He can hack your WhatsApp, find out where you are in 15 minutes and monitor your iPhone. But Tal Dilian says he's one of the good guys. It's badly-behaved governments who should be in trouble, not the $12 billion industry he's come to represent.